In what is likely the darkest political moment many of us have experienced, and at a time when Trump, his administration, and Republicans in Congress are doing tremendous harm, Americans of all walks of life—women donning pink hats, Dreamers courageously risking their future, and so many more—helped light the spark of Resistance that has yielded light and hope.
There are some people who say that “guns don’t kill people, people kill people.” Those people would be wrong.
Over the weekend, thousands of Americans came together in Selma, Alabama to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Fifty years ago, on Sunday, March 7, 1965, six hundred peaceful civil rights activists, led by now-Congressman, John Lewis, marched in protest of the shooting of Jimmie Lee Jackson by an Alabama state trooper. Just short of the Edmund […]
Over the weekend, MoveOn.org Civic Action Executive Director Anna Galland appeared on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” for nearly an hour to take questions from callers from across the country—from all across the political spectrum. Anna took a stand for strong progressive values and discussed the incredible work of MoveOn members and progressives across the country. A big piece of […]
Robert Reich explains the impact that a Republican Senate would have on women’s economic well-being.
MoveOn.org Political Action and NARAL Pro-Choice America have just launched this 30-second television ad attacking Republican Colorado Senate candidate Cory Gardner for trying to rewrite history and mislead voters about his real record when it comes to birth control and women’s health. Check it out:
Anna Galland, the executive director of MoveOn.org, appears on C-SPAN to discuss the progressive agenda and MoveOn members’ plans in 2014.
Here’s a quick overview of the changes we’re introducing…
MoveOn member Cathy Ware was worried about the state of her local community playground at the Beethoven School. Outdated play structures and poor groundskeeping made the playground dangerous for the young children who visited. That’s why she started a MoveOn Petition asking the Boston Parks Department to make the park safer.